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quite likely if it has lots of miles it could be the universal joints in the drive shaft being wore out

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sadly when we do not know what you have all we would be doing is guessing . call your local dealer

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well firstly you call your local dealer quite likely your key lost it's code and we know nothing for fixing that if it did

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It was leaking on the radiator but now is not leaking

Nissan Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


90% chance you have bad solder joints in the pcm...very common on these... try wiggling the 3 pcm connectors while trying to start. if it starts you need a pcm repaired or replacement..when it happened to me i got a junkyard one... no chipped key on mine

Jeep Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


I need a lot more information from you to help. There are a number of unknown potential reasons the battery and charging system are still not working. More than likely the new parts are ok but you can not assume that they are. Suspect everything. Do you have any test equipment to check the battery and charging system state? I need you to charge the battery back to 100 percent. We don't know if there is a short or parasitic draw so disconnect the battery before charging. After the battery is charged *BE CAREFUL*. Have safety glasses and water readily available if the battery explodes. You need to quickly wash the acid off your body. Note: Immediately wash your clothing or just throw them away. Battery acid will ruin clothing if the acid isn't diluted soon. I'm a master mechanic. In my life so far I have had two defective batteries explode in my face. Thank GOD I was wearing the safety glasses. Now load test battery. If not possible, hold off and temporarily connect the battery terminals. Connect the positive side first then momentarily connect the negative side. Was there a big blueish wight ark? If so, remove the terminal for a breif second and reconnect the ground again. Did it have the same big large ark or was it mild or tiny this time? If the spark was mild install both battery terminals and tighten. Start the car verify that the alternator is charging. What is it charging at at idle? At 1500 RPMS? What is it charging at with the heater on (At high speed) and high beams are on too. The alternator should support the system between 13.5 to 14.5 volts. Run your tests, write down your results and let me know if you are all set or need more help. Good luck.

Kia Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Since there is very little fluid movement when you press in on the master cylinder and the fluid travels down, it can be very annoying to try to get a clutch system to bleed. The best luck I have ever had was to push in the clutch pedal with my right leg until it got tired and then switch to my left. When it was tired i'd switch back to my right. If you press the pedal all the way down about 100 times, it usually has enough pressure to operate.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Yes! Failsafe mode.

What the P0700 code means. P0700 is set when the PCM detects a malfunction in the transmission control system. This malfunction causes the vehicle to set a Check Engine Light and trigger a failsafe mode. Once the failsafe mode is set it will remain until the fault is repaired or normal operation is detected.

P0700 OBD-II Trouble Code: Transmission Control System ...


https://www.yourmechanic.com > article > p0700-obd-ii-trouble-code-trans...

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The car has to be taught to accept the "new" key. It's all year make model dependent. You may or may not be able to do yourself. Comment with year, make, model and someone will help.

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Appears it's a conventional electronic ignition, so has it been regularly maintained. Plugs, wires, cap and rotor?

Dodge Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Usually in the main fuse box or a line fuse behind dashboard.

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Could be coil pack, spark plug, fuel issues etc etc etc.

Ford Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Your best bet would be to have a qualified repair shop hook up diagnostic tool to check DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes an diagnose the problem . Sounds like you may not have knowledge on this an you could make the problem worse .

Buick Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Sounds like you have 2 problems, 1) you have a weak battery, 2) fuel starvation i.e choked fuel filter or faulty fuel pump, or both.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Unfortunately, GM really screwed up the 2003-2006 instrument panels and there have been thousands of problems but not recalls so far. You might want to consider a complete rebuild of your instrument cluster. There are multiple on-line places that you can send your instrument panel into and they will completely rebuild your instrument cluster and replace the dashboard lighting also. Most of them charge in the $200.00 range for this service.

http://gmgaugerepair.com/vehicles/ is just one of the many rebuild services available

General instructions on how to remove your instrument panel - http://circuitboardmedics.com/files/instructional/instrumentclusters/general.pdf

1999 Pontiac... | Answered Yesterday


The fault is probably located in the intermittent circuitry in the main wiper motor which may need replacing.

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